Afghanistan’s sensational spinner, Rashid Khan, continues to hog the limelight. The youngster bagged four wickets and conceded just 12 runs against Bangladesh in the 2nd T20I on Tuesday. The Afghan boys sealed the three-match series with one game still to play.
Bangladesh made 134/8 in their allotted 20 overs. Tamim Iqbal top-scored with a gritty 43 while others failed miserably. Rashid got the better of Tamim and went on to remove Shakib Al Hasan, Soumya Sarkar and a tail-ender to make it four wickets from his four overs.
While he was busy annoying the Tigers, his Sunrisers Hyderabad teammate Siddharth Kaul praised his fellow teammates’ prolific show. Kaul who played along with Rashid in the recently concluded IPL. The Orange army finished runners-up after losing to Chennai Super Kings in the finals.
His name is Khan and he is an absolute champion. Congratulations bro @rashidkhan_19 for another man of the match award. You are making it a habit and shout out to @ACBofficials for bagging the series with one game to go. #AFGvBAN
— Siddharth Kaul (@Sidda79_KauL) June 5, 2018
Kaul congratulates Afghan boys
Kaul congratulated the boys on winning the series against Bangladesh. His tweet read –
“His name is Khan, and he is an absolute champion. Congratulations bro rashidkhan_19 for another man of the match award. You are making it a habit and shout out to ACBofficials for bagging the series with one game to go.”
Rashid making it a habit
Rashid also bagged the man of the match award for his match-winning bowling figures of 4/12. He thanked the Indian crowd for their support and said he tries to give his best for the team.
“This is what the team expects; I try to do my best in all departments. I used to bowl after 11 overs earlier; this is the plan given to me, to bowl in the middle and end overs. Was mentally ready, wanted to bowl in the good length areas. It was crucial, wickets of Shakib, Tamim, Mosaddek and Soumya. They are key players, we know how good they are, so we wanted to keep things simple and focus on the basics. Thanks to the crowd for the great support, we expect them to turn up for the third game as well.”